Systematic Botany is the scientific journal of the American Society of Plant Taxonomists and publishes four issues per year.

2011 Impact Factor: 1.517

2011 ISI Journal Citation Reports® Rankings: 87/190 - Plant Sciences

34/45 - Evolutionary Biology

Publisher: American Society of Plant Taxonomists

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Volume 31, Number 2, April-June 2006

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Flowering Phenology in Relation to Adaptive Radiation
pp. 239-246(8)
Author: Levin, Donald A.

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A Revision of the Moss Genus Pohlia Hedw. (Mniaceae) in Australia
pp. 247-257(11)
Author: Shaw, A. Jonathan

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New Insights into the Phylogeny of the Genus Hymenophyllum s.l. (Hymenophyllaceae): Revealing the Polyphyly of Mecodium
pp. 271-284(14)
Authors: Hennequin, Sabine; Ebihara, Atsushi; Ito, Motomi; Iwatsuki, Kunio; Dubuisson, Jean-Yves

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The Genus Cyathocalyx (Annonaceae) in the Philippines
pp. 285-297(13)
Authors: Wang, Rui Jiang; Saunders, Richard M. K.

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A New Species of Clara (Herreriaceae) from Brazil
pp. 298-301(4)
Authors: Lopes, Rosana Conrado; Andreata, Regina Helena Potsch

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Coding Quantitative Character Data for Phylogenetic Analysis: A Comparison of Five Methods
pp. 302-309(8)
Authors: Garcia-Cruz, Javier; Sosa, Victoria

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Molecular Evidence Resolving the Systematic Position of Hectorella (Portulacaceae)
pp. 310-319(10)
Authors: Applequist, Wendy L.; Wagner, Warren L.; Zimmer, Elizabeth A.; Nepokroeff, Molly

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Algrizea (Myrteae, Myrtaceae): A New Genus from the Highlands of Brazil
pp. 320-326(7)
Authors: Proença, Carolyn E. B.; Nic Lughadha, Eimear M.; Lucas, Eve J.; Woodgyer, Elizabeth M.

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Phylogenetic Relationships of Asian Begonia, with an Emphasis on the Evolution of Rain-ballist and Animal Dispersal Mechanisms in Sections Platycentrum, Sphenanthera and Leprosae
pp. 327-336(10)
Authors: Tebbitt, Mark C.; Lowe-Forrest, Laura; Santoriello, Anthony; Clement, Wendy L.; Swensen, Susan M.

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Poupartiopsis gen. nov. and its Context in Anacardiaceae Classification
pp. 337-348(12)
Authors: Mitchell, John D.; Daly, Douglas C.; Pell, Susan K.; Randrianasolo, Armand

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Allopolyploid Origin of the Mediterranean Endemic, Centaurium bianoris (Gentianaceae), Inferred by Molecular Markers
pp. 368-379(12)
Authors: Guggisberg, Alessia; Bretagnolle, François; Mansion, Guilhem

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The Mimulus moschatus Alliance (Phrymaceae): Molecular and Morphological Phylogenetics and their Conservation Implications
pp. 380-397(18)
Authors: Whittall, Justen B.; Carlson, Matthew L.; Beardsley, Paul M.; Meinke, Robert J.; Liston, Aaron

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A Taxonomic Revision of Collinsonia (Lamiaceae) Based on Phenetic Analyses of Morphological Variation
pp. 398-409(12)
Authors: Peirson, Jess A.; Cantino, Philip D.; Ballard, Harvey E.

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Commentaries

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Reply to Henderson: On Delimiting Species for Taxonomic Analyses
pp. 432-435(4)
Author: Jensen, Richard J.

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Reply to Jensen
pp. 435-436(2)
Author: Henderson, Andrew

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Making Taxonomy Visible
pp. 439-440(2)
Author: Crisci, Jorge V.

Book Reviews

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Evolution by D. J. Futuyma
pp. 441-441(1)
Author: Applequist, Wendy L.

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